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" that takes us backstage with the stones in the early '70s. back when mick jagger would slither into a body suit, snort coke off a switchblade, and then with molten sexual energy proceed to blow the minds of an arena packed to the sweaty rafters. the laws of burnt out physics tell us that this level is supposed to either split a band or kill its stars young. well, behold mick jagger at age 69. ♪ for two and a half hours, he shimmies laps around the lips and tongue stage, as baby boomers and their kids get a contact high from all this vintage uncut rock 'n' roll. how do you do it? how do you do it? i was sore watching. >> it's just what i do really. and then after that, you have a room full of people come over and go crazy and drink all your wine. >> we were talking about it. if people are willing to pay $500, $600 for a seat, just think what they would pay for mick jagger elixir, or whatever it is, your fitness regimen. >> i don't really have much of a fitness regimen, to be honest. it's pretty low-key. i mean, i do have one. >> keith richards, who also turns 69 next week, is admittedly l
tears up homes. and it all started when a natural gas line burst. >>> and mick jagger rocks the top-ten list. poking a little fun at 50 years of the stones. >>> welcome back, everyone. add retailers to those worried about the fiscal cliff. a walmart survey says customers know about the impending tax increases and spending cuts. and some are cutting back on their spending for the holidays. most retailers depend on this month's sales for their success. and poor results could be disastrous for them. >>> and bank of america customers aren't happy, either. the nation's second-largest bank had its lowest satisfaction score in 11 years. the worst for any major bank, in fact. it's the only one with a grade lower than before the recession. at the other end of the spectrum, though, is jpmorgan chase, whose satisfaction score was up 6%. >>> and 2012 was on track for a record gun sales ahead of last year. the fbi has run 350,000 more of its instant background checks than in all of last year. abc news expects almost 2 million more gun checks just this month. >>> and call it easy bake backlash. a
rolling stones front man, mick jagger. an apparent joke that no one's laughing at right now. >>> good morning, everybody. happy friday. we do begin today with breaking news. word of deepening u.s. military involvement in the face of fears that the bloody syria will spill over that country's borders. >> reports this morning say defense secretary, leon panetta has signed the order to send 2 patriot missile batteries, as well as 400 american troops, to turkey. they're being deployed to help protect turkey against a possible missile attack or chemical weapons from syria. and the moves comes as international support for syria's ruthless dictator is fading. the head of nato says the collapse of bashar al assad's regime is just a matter of time. and there are conflicting reports that his most powerful ally, russia, may be preparing for his defeat. rebels are gaining ground outside the capital and have defied every effort to defeat them. >>> there's some confusion over where former south african president nelson mandela is being treated. government officials there say they are prote
to be there and to be just off stage where i filmed mick jagger shaking his sexy bag of bones. here we go. (cheers and applause) just me and mick. you know, folks, donations are still being accepted. you can help the victims of hurricane sandy with a $10 do facial by texting robin hood to 50555 which i believe is paul mccartney's cell phone. (laughter) now folks, you know me, you know i have had it up to here with this imperial presidency. the arrogance of getting re-elected by running on a platform that voters find appealing sickens mement and now, and now folks, get ready for this, lady michelle antoinette. has abused her power yet again. >> oh, the perks of being first lady michelle obama is a self-professed downton abbey fan. she could not bear waiting until january 6th for the new season to begin so she asked the british filmmakers for a copy now. she got it. >> stephen: oh, yes, cup cup, fetch me the downtons. now, meanwhile we commoners are left to fear what will become of downton as it lurches it into the roaring '20s, will lord grantham accept labbee cybil's child with branson. will they
of millions of dollars to help them rebuild. the rolling stones played their part, too. mick jagger joked it was the most old man he had ever seen on one stage -- most old men he had ever seen on one stage. >> he is telling the truth. >> still a good concert. bundesliga powerhouse bayern munich are set to go into the break at the top of the table. >> they face gladbach. >> they remember the sting of defeat. last season, the keeper and his team lost to gladbacn twice -- gladbach twice. bayern sits firmly at the top of the table, but they need a win on friday to break dortmund's record. >> i think that gladbach do not have a chance. >> it will probably be 3-0 or 4- 0. >> gladbach enter the game as underdogs, but that does not scare the coach. >> they have always been one of the best teams in europe. they have fought well and wisely, but all that does not matter to us -- us. we have a lot of respect for bayern, but we are not afraid. >> perfect conditions for a thrilling and maybe even historic rendition of a bundesliga classic. >> the english club chelsea might be out of the champions leagu
is just a number. ♪ you have to drive me out of my head >> mick jagger belting out "get off of my cloud" and other hits. they are going to go another show in newark. >>> tell us what you want to hear. although davidmuir. and find me on facebook. >>> when we come back, the little boy is the biggest thing in football. johnny hisman, and what he said about his grandparents that made us all smile. but your erectile dysfunction - that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to a
. >>> and later in this half hour, mick jagger swinging his hips, flapping those lips at the 12-12-12 concert. how he's set off a storm of controversy, coming up in "the skinny." said something during the show that some folks did not like, mr. jagger. so we'll get to that. >>> but first to that major turn in syria. international support for syria's president bashir al assad appears to be fading. >> a russian diplomat said assad was on his way out. this morning, russia's foreign minister denies those statements. but nato says the end is near. martha raddatz reports. >> reporter: it could all end soon here in damascus because while assad is in control in the capital, rebels are moving closer. now, just outside in the suburbs. the battle is bloody. at the regime's military hospital, there are said to be 40 wounded treated a day, while the rebels, like this fighter who lost both feet, received treatment from a dentist. their hospital bombed. >> the rebels have shown that they have a stomach for a fight. they've shown they can endure pain, and they have the conviction that if they don't fight on, they'
to get maybe what you need. very good. >> it's not mine, i'm quoting mick jagger, but that's okay. the stones you can't always get what you, but if you try sometimes you might find what you need. stuart: okay. do you know that mick jagger had the same tutor and same college as me. >> i did not. stuart: i've got to tell you. miriam we're out of time, but what a way to end it. appreciate it. new at ten the latest read on the housing market right at the top of the hour we get pending home sales for november. what happens to housing, by the way, if we go over the fiscal cliff? could it kill the one bright spot in the economy? we're on all of the stories and it will be at the top of this coming hour. barnes & noble, that news we told you about, a few minutes ago is affecting apple. i don't know why or how, but it is so lauren, explain it. >> hey, stuart, well, it's in the education department. apple has been making a significant investment in getting their regular size and now, mini i-pads and schools now with this and investment, barnes & noble, and apple is under pressure and they're
springsteen and jon bon jovi, and what mick jagger called "a collection of old english musicians." something called king tides are making a big splash along the west coast. waves there could reach more than nine feet. the high tides have already caused flooding in san diego and elsewhere. a unique alignment of the sun, moon and earth is giving the sea an extra gravitational push. california's climate has long helped nurture the giant sequoias. have a look at this 3,200-year- old tree, called "the president" in sequoia national park. tree climbing scientists from the national geographic society recently added it all up, inch by inch. the sequoia is 27 feet wide at the bottom and soars 247 feet into the air, and it has more than a billion leaves. no word on how long it took the man on top to climb down. it might have been curtains for this theater until the owner took artistic license with the tax code. that story is next. [ loud party sounds ] hi, i'm ensure clear... clear, huh? i'm not juice or fancy water. i've got nine grams of protein. that's thre÷e times more than m! [ female announcer
and text. by htc for $49.99. ♪ >> wow. i think i have to shirt! two may be a crowd in mick jagger's cloud, but fans parked the center, the band making the first stop in the u.s. on their 50th anniversary tour. and delighted fans treated to two and a half hours. that's a marathon, that's great. and the first time the band played in new york city, 1964 and taking part in the 12-12-12 concert. and rg 3. say it isn't so. robert griffin iii is hurt and pete slaychrader is here an andi called you schrads. >> they're going for the their fourth straight victory and regional rivalry and rg 3 goes down with a few giambi injuries. >> and scores the winning touchdown and they go to overtime and rg 3 as injury was gruesome and worried about him and mri. they say it's not a sus injury. 's going to be back and fine and rg 3 might be playing in the the playoffs, we'll see. >> nan:. >> harris: i wonder if he was wearing his batman socks. >> they were wondering what's going on with the giants. the typical second half. no, giants came out here and laid the whooping on the new orleans saints and that's the m
mick jagger. this has blackout shades, zone heating. many houses in america don't have zone heating. you have the massage seats, heated seats. absolutely amazing. >> residential refrigerator. liz: would you also say that, and, no disrespect to dennis, but the graying of america perhaps, is at work here? people are retiring and they are wanting to own something like this. >> yeah. that has always been the american dream. i don't think that changed a bit. you know, what you're seeing there is our flagship. that is the biggest, most beautiful, most expensive motor home we build. we also build everything from there down to very small, very fuel-efficient, much less expense seven coaches and many models in between. so, you know, there's an rv out there that is right for everybody. ashley: would you try, look, many seniors are facing some fiscal difficulties and financial difficulties. a lot of uncertainty. do you try to attract the younger driver? yes as liz, put it very nicely the graying customer but is there younger people out there you can try to reach? >> absolutely. where we see th
this morning." >> the number one thing i mick jagger have learned after 50 years of rock 'n' roll. >> start out playing rock 'n' roll so you can have sex and doing drugs but you end up doing drugs so you can still play rock you 'n' roll and have sex!ioning funde >>> welcome to "cbs this >>> morning." mo we are in washington in the hearing room of the house ways & of means committee. that committee writes all of our tax laws so this is the room w where any deal on the fiscal cliff would be born or die. we have we have new information on those negotiations in just a moment.. >> that's right, it's incredible it's incre to be here in this room. we're going to talk more about mor this a little later in the show. >> surrounded by all the photographs of all the powerful house & ways means chairmen.and >>> we want to get to some of first. the news first.g with violent ski on the other side ofn the the country, thousands of of the holiday shoppers had to ask thor yesterday as a man wearing camouflage opened fire at a mall hundreds o just outside portland oregon. police say he kil
17 square garden. >> reporter: mick jagger was right, but it wasn't just englishmen performing at last night's concert for sandy relief. the stage was full of artists and presenters who grew up in sandy's path. >> my city, new york city. ♪ put your cell phones in the air ♪ ♪ we can celebrate love >> i'm here to talk to you about seaside heights. >> long island. >> i was born in brooklyn. >> staten island. >> the good part, not the wootang part. >> we're just too mean to lay down and die. ♪ >> reporter: an epic lineup for an historic show. ♪ only the good die young >> reporter: available to two billion viewers. the 12-12-12 concert was the most widely distributed live music event ever, bringing in $32 million before the show even started. >> the prayer for all our struggling brothers and sisters in new york and all along new jersey. >> reporter: it began, appropriately, with the boss. springsteen was joined by fellow new jersey native jon bon jovi. ♪ we were born to run >> i can't believe that bruce springsteen is my opening act. >> reporter: and after billy crystal
? happy birthday. >> happy birthday, keith. >> it struck me that he was mortal and mick jagger was mortal, and they all were. and that -- >> they just don't know it. >> they don't behave like they are. that's what's great about. it they were still working. i thought, you know i wanted to memorialize it. >> you reunite again with james gandolfini. you have history together, you worked well together on the "sopranos." why did you decide how would be best for this emotionally closed father? >> i hadn't thought about him in the beginning. i wrote an entire script and was having trouble with. it i was about to quit. >> really? >> and go do something else. and for some reason i got this - idea to pick -- the scenes were written with the father. i got this idea to picture him as the father. once i did that and i read the scenes with him in mind not only did that part click in for me, the whole tone of the movie clicked in for me. i began to see the whole movie, how -- i began to see that it wasn't a silly teen comedy or party movie orring in like that ing inring in -- o
, here's a mick jagger. you know, that's what it's like. so we built the best headphones in the world. took us two years to make one and the money market or culture that we build and control. >> do you think that would've been possible in an earlier media era? >> welcome e-mail come it took been scared to death to be motivated to do this, right? stars look at the record industry in spain for two myers house and there is people all the time. i'm not the record guys that gets invaded. i went there and somebody say gee, you know, it was 2002 and i'm really sorry about your business. flick were talking about my grandfather dying. if it meant, that doesn't work for me. i used to be in the coal business. how did i end up in the same? i said i'm going to do something else that caught doug morris said you know what, if they're not going to pay for right now to buy her music, maybe i can figure a way to charge them to listen to it. and that's how the headphones started. [applause] >> icu applauding, but i see the there's a sincere different successes and mistakes from the user industry other t
: bruce springsteen. mick jagger is certainly a character. host: do efforts like that concert, does that increase the need -- does it show there is an increased need for this kind of money? does the government say you can have a concert and raise money to help these people? guest: many critics of the bill say the private sector should respond. i do not know how much was raised in the concert. hopefully, they will put out a public statement to find out how much they raised. nonprofit charities are not going to raise the kind of money the states say that they need. the states initially asked for $82 billion. that will not be raised by the private sector. the federal government has a long pass established role in providing the bulk of the funds for emergency relief. realistically, charity giving is not going to be more than a drop in the bucket. host: "the new york times" says the chairman of the appropriations committee and others have argued the aid should be released in installments. if they were to go into installments, have determined how large they would be? guest: they have not.
? caller: bruce springsteen. mick jagger is certainly a character. host: do efforts like that concert, does it show there is an increased need for this kind of money? does the government say you can have a concert and raise money to help these people? guest: many critics of the bill say the private sector should respond. i do not know how much was raised in the concert. hopefully, they will put out a public statement to find out how much they raised. nonprofit charities are not going to raise the kind of money the states say that they need. the states initially asked for $82 billion. that will not be raised by the private sector. the federal government has a long pass established role in providing the bulk of the funds for emergency relief. realistically, charity giving is not going to be more than a drop in the bucket. host: "the new york times" says the chairman of the appropriations committee and others have argued the aid should be released in installments. if they were to go into installments, have determined how large they would be? guest: they have not. the first installment would pr
. and then i would say -- >> mick jagger. >> -- i am not -- and i could go back and say, i voted against taxes year after year after year. i've opposed it. and the only way that i could do this is if i knew that we were going to save medicare by reforming it, that we were going to save social security, that we were going to do a lot of things -- and most importantly, save the economy and talk about what would happen if a deal was dead. and sure, would there be people on the far right that would come after me? yeah. would i be primaried? yeah. and would i reduce them to a miserable pile of goo by the end of the primary process? yes, i would because, you know what? republicans understand. republicans understand that sometimes taxes have to be raised. but, again, they're not willing to do that if the democrats and republicans don't come forward with real spending cuts. and that's never happened in my lifetime. so why do i believe now, peter, i go back to the question -- >> i think it's the same question. >> -- because i will not raise taxes just so politicians can be reckless with spending for an
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